We must all play a part in tackling climate change. By making changes to how we travel, what we buy, reducing our waste and changing how we use energy at home, we can help to reach net zero emissions by 2045. Find out what actions you can take now. Scotland, let’s do net zero.
We know that climate change can be a hard topic to talk about, but having just one conversation about climate change can create a ripple effect of positive action to stop climate change and make Scotland a healthier, fairer, greener place to live.
Our Climate Conversations Pack gives you the facts and tips you need.
The Scottish Government's Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel scheme is designed to help in Scotland’s fight against climate change. The scheme benefis just under a million children and young people.
Planning and shopping smarter can help you to reduce the amount of food you waste.
To help support people with the move to an electric vehicle, the Scottish Government has a range of funding available.
We've seen huge changes in the way we travel due to the coronavirus pandemic. For many of us, cycling has been a welcome activity, and it's great for the environment too.
Often the cost of making energy efficient home improvements can put people off taking action. That's why the Scottish Government have put in place a range of grants, funding, and support to help householders reduce their bills and save energy.